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J. ANGUS SHAW, Treasurer. CS rark How.
JOSF3PII PULITZRIl. Jr., 8cratary, l'ark How.
Knler t ths PoM-Offlee nt New Tork as ('cond-Clas Mt,,,fJ .nfl
IpUorTRitaa to Tha KvenlnglFor Hngtand and the. ?tjnr"tn,?nd
,Worl for the United BUtea
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Or Month S Onw Month i -'j
VOLUME 53 , ....NO. 18,595
A PAINFUL INCONGRUITY.
RICHARD HUNT S masterpiece, the Lenox library, will soon
be pile of old stones for tho first bidder to build into cellar
walls or dump into n hole, as bo sees fit. I
The controversy that led Air. Krick to withdraw bis offer to re
ared the structure in Central Tark settled the fate of the building
once and for all. No champion has been forthcoming. The con-,
tractors who arc making ready the site for tho millionaire's new rosi-1
dence rejoice because now they can knock tho library to pieces and .
Laul it away in twenty-eight days instead of the thrco months re-'
jquircd if they must number tho stones andkeep them intact. J
So, goodby forever to one of New York's finest buildings.
Nobody scrim to have thought of tho beautiful memorial to the ,
Bead architect which stands on the other side of Fifth avenue, just 1
opposite his spurned masterpiece. That memorial was fittingly placed
where Ttichard ITunt's bust might forever face bis greatest work. '
3'hc oily has allowed his greatest work to go to tho rubbish pile. Do
not common decency and fitness suggest that the city provide some I
new rc3tingplacc for the memorial?
Or, wiil Xcw York let the bust of its most famous architect1 re
main to gnw sorrowfully across tho street at tho .pnlaro of a Pills
imrgh coke burner?
aHMtltA .1 J !( t, . I i a . .
1-u oisuiiguisnco ucrman scientists ten us that molern man s
great need is lime. When wo cat boiled eggs and leave he
shells wo mako n big mistake. We should eat tho shells. ;
.The lime therein increases strength and vitality, fights off germ','
trengthens tho heart, cures inflammations, sets broken legs, nourishes
the brain and promotes happiness, ambition and personal charm. j
Moro yet. According to the learned doctors limo is tho anti
dote for race suicide, They have proved it by experiments: Eight'
.white mice on a limo diet produced fifty-three mouselets, while eight
others on ordinary faro were favored with but nino offspring. It is
well known that hens cease laying when there is no lime in their I
feed, etc., etc. j
A new cure-all, then: Thrco times a day a half-teaspoonful of
chlorido of limo dissolved in water. The effect is wonderful. It wiU
prolong a man's life to the last moment. ' 1
HAS IT COME TO THIS? !
MUST citizeni ol New York from thoir private pockets biro
an outaide detective forco to hunt down a gang of mvtr
dercra because the olty police hang back and cannot bo
trusted? The tale of what the polico have left undone ainco the
hooting of Rosenthal In the early morning hours of last Tuesday
lendi a itrange air of reluotanco to tho littlo they have dono.
- Call in an expert. Admit that honest men do not know on
which side of the lawtho police are working Could dijrrace b-
deeper? h ' k
Jo the Editor of The Evening World:
7 out acquainted uith a handiome vounn man xtho claim
that he cannot think, and for that reaton cannot held a position
or support himtelf. Will tome reader uho notM kindlu advine
me xchat to do lor himt jt P nroir.V.
This letter reveals a situation so tense that The Evening World
totena to give it prominence in the hope that somo experienced
rwder may come to the rescue with the right advice. Meanwhile we
ft going to figure on it ourselves.
SECRETARY BISHOP, of the, Isthmian Canal Commission, whoi
waa here through the hot spell, has sailed back for Colon "toi'0.
cape tne beat"!
Proud news for those who live and hustle all summer in this
ttwn! If folks from tho tropics cct used un bv a lMin .ii...
like that, then wo local residents arc some stickers. We always took
H for granted that living near tho Equator must be tryintr and nrob.
1 1. . .1
mj iu iuuch ior us, dui snuck-s, u looks as if we could stand it wiMi
njbody on earth I
In these so-called hot countries tbey knock off work in the middle
f the day and 1 take a nap until 4 in tho afternoon. Nothing like
ttat for us. Champion hot-weathor workers of tht world that'a
what we arcl
FKRHAPS "Bull Mice" is the much sought plural'
"Bomb for Alfonso's Aunt."
Located at lastl
liCLicrs rrom me PeoDle
i 1 1( JLr r ;
A OroaT Wr.
Te tb Ultor ot The Crista! WorUi
I wlih the city would wag war on
the sellers of that murderous drug, ro
ratne, which has caused the death of ao
many. This drug can b bought too
easily. There stems to ba no let up In
the sale ot tt, which offers a big profit.
Thn sale ot this terrlbl poison should
t stopped. a, W.
To tt Witor at Ttw Krroint World I
I wish to express my admiration
nd approval of tha atutlmanta ex
pressed by you In tt recent editorial
on cruelty to animals over whloli wa
printed "Don't J.'nd tha Trouble." To
quota your worda, "no Inconvenience
or natural ahrlnklng from publicity
should dvter one from turning tha of
fevder over to tbs law," Many caaes
of cruelty ra aaea liy rasa and woman
who ftl a kaen aympsthy, but also
Teal tnetr Inability to halp tha poor
aillmals only by calling attention ot
Vasoersoy who aeam to fael a reluct
. anca to InUrfar. Tour worda ara In.
airing and I (hall hsraafter fesl mora
VS'ilsWM'iTt.iWijnWstatit'W.sa'.'S'.'J'w iiij.yasj.sa.M. -.aa.Hi .Hi liUNll
Irene IMbtlshlne Company,
All countries in mo ii""""
I rostal union.
. " -Vb " ITUU
J 1 ir
courage to help lift the burden from
ir'h. '" " "no 'nPl many
other must be: and one littlo word
occasionally. In auch a paper as your.,
la of great value In .
must appeal to who are just and
"tllPU Will (Ml
..M,..-,-. Mli, IIICIIAIIDSO.V.
Think Dnvriiiimn r'i..i. .
To th mo, ,f Ti .V(.n!ot r-0,1,1, """"
'" ami so nava a whole lot
courtesy and wlllingneM la clcrkB ,n
uptown stores (ubovo Canal stieet) than
In clerks who worl. in thu stores In the
downtown business districts. I do not
know why unlcaa becaute many of the
downtown stores cater to the trade ot
men rather than to tho trado of women.
I do not aay, either, that the rudeness,
ourtnets, &c,, of downtown clerks' Is unl.
versa! or even genural. Hut 1 do any
It Is frequent; far too frequent. What
do others think about this? a 8MIT1L
Ou Vide Krarral Curb,
Te ths tuilof ol '1L Kunmg WuiIJi
Should a gentleman, when walking
with two ladles, walk on tho sldu near
est the curb or bttweeii the two laillesT
Such Is Life!
and fastem Them
7iCHT HE HAS
CofrlaUt, VMS, by The I'nu I'uWUW-j Go.
fJlio Nif Vuik Woildj.
Mt;r Jack bllvcr to-day," aiM
Mr Jarr when ha came homa
drni In to see us after dinner." !
Vthy dlfin't you brlns him hiune. t
sA.r y 0" Any oM "aa,p ?rl
t : f.T T , f.V" uras 3 .1
you'll lmvr company hoiro with you sj
I can get something xira for dinner, i
Rut when It's any Interertlns nerson
whom I like, then you never think of
"Why, ou kick, so when I do brlns
unexpected company to dinner" be
gan Mr Jarr; but the lady cut him
"I Just told you the kind of eompanv
I objectod to. But Jack Bllvcr Is dlf
fercnt. Of all your friends he Is the
only one that ever asks us to have a
good time at hla expense And yet he's
the one you sjem to earo the least for."
"Geewhlllkensl I'm the original In
bad, the Married Man!" retorted Mr.
Jarr. "I thought I waa doing every
thing to pleaso you, and, well, what's
"Now, I beg of you. don't come home
and start a quarrel wtth me when Mr.
"Oee, but I with I had tha Job of
reviling tne calendar!"
"I'd have twenty-flv8-8aturdaye to
( LOOK SO )
V SWEET J t
-C sf?C' t
"LET'S V y
Daily Magazine, Saturday, July
hf Tfc ftrm
(To. ar York
it's a Shame
To waste Such
on A HAN
Silver Is coming! You nave no pride
I know, but he's the last man In tne
world that I should want to coma to
this tittle house and see what I hue
to enduro at your hands. No, ha thinks
all marrlfcd people aro happy"
"That'a because he's a bachelor," mur
Steals Your Time
I By Sophie
A HUfilMS man wiitea: "In read-
A ,ne w'i Llv. Women'
occura to me that ona of tne
subjects that la as
subjects. A man , True, Mr. Huslness Man, aha ahould be
does not want to be diacourteous by mado to think-courteously, kindly but
cutting her off short and-thero yoa are. firmly that your moments aro LIM
"Thls happens even- day. It woull 1T13D. On the other hand, however,
seem to me that people, especially tho it Is not ALWAYS the "women In the
who aro not In business themselves, case." Another aide of tha question
should realize that the busy man's ( proents Itsolf.
tlmo la worth something to him and , Thcro In tha man who keep putting
should respect It accordingly. HeaMcs, ..ou off. lu, usunlty tho man "higher
I have even seen many business women p" and forsots that the time of tho
oi consiucraDia experienco wno nave,
In the course of commercial communi
cation, gono off on n tangont on soma
rubject that has nothing to do with tho
case at hand; nnd many valuablo mo
ments wero wasted. Now I am not a
'grouch,' but I feel certain that others
havo nuffercd from thla source, and I
take this method of bringing It befora
the buslnccs women,"
Yes, Mr. Iluslness Man. you have
some reason for grievance. Hut I do
not think the average BUB1XK3S
woman Is tho trnnsgrcssor, Tha real
business woman realises that time la
regulated by a pendulum of monetary , the seeker.
value, that brevity is not only thai Thus. In this matter of time, tha
soul ot wit, but Is tho asset ot the fit, I golden rule system Is the most efficient,
in business. ! Thu subways, tho street cars, ara filled
And when, on an errand bent, to hi 1 with people who move llko snails and
brief Is her stock In trade. I"or llko the ' block your way, and must ever ba
candle, tha longer aha standi tha i commanded to "watch your step" and
shorter sho grone, and eventually burna "step lively." They fall to recognize
herself out In the estimation of the nun ' the fact that aa things are regulated
sho Is dealing with. I now tlma and trains wait for no man,
Whtlo a pleasant word In thn mtdtt Consideration Is tho valnable clauso
of a workday period, aald from the 1 in thu lease of life activity. Aa our
business, may not go amtia and may (own Henjamln Franklin aays:
IUliailTEN a sordid day, taking up "IJut do thou lovo life? Then do not
another's time NCQDLRSSLY la bad
business, no matter how euscsestui tas
- - 1 n . . - - A n m r, l'
ANt) Your CURLY (
i HAIR. I
1 Mow RPAiiTitrni N I
I VOULOOK I
Mrs. Jarr Sets .a Matrimony Trap
To Ensnare a Harmless Bachelor
mured Mr. Jarr.
"And he has resolved that he will n t
marry except to maka soma woman
happy every day of her llfo"
"And that's why he's never done !t!"
"Well. I have no time to stand around
abusing poor Jack 8Ilvor bsalnd his
enterprise. As Ilulwer Lytton aaya:
"Time. oh. my friend, is money! TI:no
wasted can never conduce to money
allvo us any other However. I think the business man
Is thin matter of mentioned will find that It la usually
Infringing on a '.lie IDLE ona ot our sex, who has
perton'a time. And Utile or nothing to do. and haa no RE-
I bellove that thta SPONSIDIUTV, who la tha real thief
la more tha Vase of the workday populace perhaps un-
with woman than consciously, unwittingly. As a wis
man. She will soul has said: "You cannot aympathtie
come Into thu with any one unless you have felt the
office, take up HAM ft pain." j
your time, ask all. Therefore, not having been put to
klnda of ques- tho actual necessity of continually 8AV-
lions, and stray isa time, If she encroachos on that of
off on soma other others It Is.perhaps done thoughtlessly.
ir.an lower down Is aa mnCIOUS to
.,,. mm iu niv uiiii:,, ,
Thus It comes about that the acent,
Ihe salesman. In fact any oni who has
loiii.sthlng that, perchance, you want, la
put off from tlmo to time when very.
(ry often tho question of yes or no,
as to the truns'trtloii, could .be settled
A man will unconclously postpone a
thing even when ho KNOWS his fo-
clilon at the tlmo ho does It, and when
I there would havo been a saving for all
concerned If the thing wero settled.
1 oven If It were a negative aettlement .to
I squander time, tor 1
I thai Ufa. Il 8a4e of."
that la tha atuft
By Maurice Ketten
(his hair (
hjctc. All 1 do know, he Is that type
of man who could make a woman
happy, If any man could!" said Mra.
"Maybe sa, rr.avba ao." rnlUA Mr.
Jnrr. "but It's a funny tiling that tli .
tvn nf r.i.n .'. . . i. I
' . ... iuuju niuus n woman
happy la tho man who doesn't try."
Mra Jarr affected not to hoar this.
She had no answer handy, for the truth
waa that Jack Silver waa a chronla
bachelor; but Mra. Jarr and all tha
other women ot hla acquaintance, mar
ried and alnsle, hoped yet to see him
taken captive and thoroughly sub
jugated. "I'll telephone cfara Mudrldge-Smlth
to come over," said Mra. Jarr. "8hc's
In town getting soma clothea ready to
go to Narragansett No. I won't.
What good would that do? Let ma ae-t.
what unmarried plrl do I know who la
In town? Cora Illckett? No, aha won't
do. She ao palpably seta her cap for
every single man ahe meeta that Jask
Silver gets r.ervoua whenever ha aes
"Good gracious! Can't one man hav
lite, liberty and pursuit of happiness t"
asked Mr. Jarr.
"How can a bachelor ba happy?" re
plied Mra. Jarr. "Besides, Jack Silver's
got a good Income and a good position.
He SHOULD ba married and giving
some nice girl a fine home. There'a
Grace Qrlbble. She'a auch a silly thing,
thought Besides, they hava scarlet fever
at tha Urlhbtes. Still I could send our
children over to tha nanglea while
.Grace waa here.' Oh, dear Isn't tt pro
voking!" "Isn't whst provoking?" repeated Mr.
"Wby, the children conldn't etay at
the Itangten till as lata as Grace Grlbble
would stay If there waa a single man In
sight. Oh. I wish you had tet me know
earlier. I could hava sent a telegram for
cousin Gladys to coma over from Phlla-
I "'Vain 1 the net of the fowler spread
In the sight of any bird, " quoted Mr.
"Oh, you abut up!" cried Mrs. Jarr,
"One would believe to hear yon tilk '
that nil women thought ot was to entrap
men Into marriage! Let, me e, what
girl do I know who IS In town? Tha
silly things! They all rush to the sea
shoro or the mountains, when they
might know. summer Is the BEST time
In the cltyt Then single men are lonely
"0e! You must like Jack Silver,"
mused Mr. Jarr. "I never knew any
other man Interest you so. Ha must be
perfection In your eyes!"
"Perfection!" cried Mrs. Jarr. "I
think ha Is tha most selfish, self-satla-fled,
sapheadtl, small brained, clumsy,
stupid man I ever metl What any
woman would marry HIM for I can't
Imagine! Let me sea, what nt girl Is
In town that we could 'phone to coma
over after supper and meet a charming,
well-to.do bachelor? He likes a Jolly
girl, doesn't ha? Stupid! Can't you
thin of aaa?"
ColTrtlM, br Tin l'ri PuUUMu Co. (Tli Xw Tntk World).
IR itranieit thlnr on aarth," rcmarlte.l the Mere Man, noddlnf towtra
tha "plana rocklng-clialr brlaaile," aa ha sently awuna the Hlb'a ham
mock lo anil fro. "la that a woman who rouldn't trunt a husband
round tha corner alone on t winter evcr.lnp will truat him all around
New Tork alono for thrc months In thn summer time."
"That'a not half ao atrange." dcclarcil the nib decisively. "a that a min
will tie hlmaelf to a woman by all the bonds of law and heaven apparently lt
In order to net away from her. summer and winteras often s h! can."
"But no man ever does." corrected tho Mora Man. "That Is. he doesn't me.ii
to TIE himself at alt. Tha 'tied' fccllns cornea aftcruard-alon wllh the 'tlr:J
"I wonder why." aifhed the nib. "a pair of lovers can see each other evenlnit
after avenlng- for years without seeming to get In tho least tlrei' or to falttr !n
their interest and loyalty and devotion."
"But they don't see each other morntn after mornlnir." explained Vie Mv
Man. 'Tha ties that Wnd-and bind and niNU-aren't the ties of lova and
loyalty and devotion, but the trlvlalltles-the laundry, and ths breakfast belt,
and tha eat, and the dog. and the soap, and the towels, and tho aervaais.
and tha furniture. It's the dally routine: the awful monotony of hivlnr to tet
I up and gn to bed, a;o out and come home. eat. walk, talk, dress, breathe and
. think simultaneously, year after year, that wears lovo to a frazzle. It's f
Hiamesa Twin existence they Impose on themselves and on one another wh!i!i
makes them yearn for a change and a Utile freedom of tr.oucht and action."
"Well, what kind of exlstenco would you 1IAVK them lead, Mr. CuMlns?"
Inquired the nib coldly, "a separate existence?"
'Oti, I don't know," said the Mere Man, "but I DO know that the averao
man would be loyal and devoted to his wife until Ihe Day of Judgment If aha
would allow him complete freedom In his dally hablti and entire personit lib
erty In all the little matters of eatlnif. sleeping, talking-, amoklnn and amualta
himself. It's havlnp to do all thee little things beeause you HAVH to. Initeid
of becauso you WANT to, that makes married life seem so lone and dreary. And
when a husband Is guilty of a deflection from the matrimonial bonds tt Isn't o
often for lova of another woman as for love of liberty .nd a chsnga. If a
wife would show the same sacred regard for his Individual tastes and prefer
ences aa aha does for his razor"
"Andf ho would display the same respect for her Individual rights and her
dressing table and her opinions as he does for her toothbrush." put In the Rib.
"Oh-of cour.se!" agreed the Bachelor hastily. "Love'a younc dream would
last forever Instead of turnlns Into a nightmare of personal discomfort."
"Ves." agreed the nib musingly. "When you come to think of It. W1T
SHOULD two peoplo be hungry, or sleepy, or tired, or merry at exactly tha
same moment Just because they love each other? Why shouldn't each bo right
on In his or her own swt accustomed way after tha wedding Just aa thtf il&
during the engagement?"
What?" exclaimed the Mere Man In astonishment.
"Why shouldn't a man go rght on eating nt cafes when he like, and aUtlng
with his coit oft alM his feet on the mantelpiece If ho Ikes, and smoking what
and r.s much as ho pleases and wearing nhntever he pleares?"
"Hear! Heart" cried ho Mere Man delightedly.
"And why shouldn't a woman." cmtlnue.1 tho lltb. "xo right on having her
breakfast In bed if she likes ami sitting 'round In a kimono If sh likes, and
readlnc novels and eating chocolates nnd wearing rurl-pApera if ahc wanta to?"
"Slop!" cried tho Mero Jinn. "Vou're talking socialism.'
v nai a sociausmr innuircn I lis
"The Idea that every man should do as he pleases, provided ha doesn't Interf
fern with ths rights of other people." explained the Mere Man. l
"How perfectly lovely!" slshed the" nib. "Or tt would ba If a man erer re 3
garded his wlfo as 'people.' " she ad.loj thoughtfully. 1
"Nonsense." retorted the Mere Man. "The average bride would be drowned In
tears If her lovey dovey went down to breakfast four minutes ahead of her or
wanted hla eggs cooked on one sldo when she preferrcj hers turned over."
"And tha average bridegroom." rejoined tho nib, "would be consumed w!-h
wrath If his petsy-wetsy wanted to lie In bed and road the newspaper whlta h
ate his breakfast all aloney."
"res," sighed the Mere Man. "they marry In order to share one another's
feopea and Joya and sorrows, and then fpoll It all by Insisting on sharing oti
onothara meals and secrets nnd letters and brushes and grouches."
"And." mused the nib softly, "they call It love!"
How io Add Ten
By J. A. Husik, M. D?
CcilTrtaht. 1019 h Th. Prn. tn!,ll.hU rv. Tt.. V... v.i- nv.MI
GOOD CAUL' OF TEETH IS
UK toetli ara cone-lllce struc
tures which serve In man a
very Important purpose. They
ara meant to aid In the proc
ess of digestion Dy cutting
and grinding the food. Tho cutting la
dono by the four teeth In front called
tha cutting Incisors, while the grind
ing la accomplished by the hlndmoat
sixteen teeth, four on each side of the
upper and lower Jaws.
To understand the necesplty of the
teeth It Is sumclent to watsh the pro
vls!na made by Mother Nature. At
birth man has r.o teeth for tho slmplo
reason that he !s brought Into the world
to ba supported for some time upon food
that needa nslther cutting nor chewing.
The teeth bcgln to Brow early, and a
set of twenty teeth Is usually full
grown at about two years of age. 1
Tha child In Its growth has already
been making some use of food that
needed to ba chewed. At about seven
yeara of age thess tint teeth are shed
They aro neither largo nor strong enough
for future needs, nor ara there enough
of them to All the constantly growing
and enlarging cavity of the mouth,
Hence a new permanent aet ot teeth la
provided, larger, better adapted for the
purpose and stronger man tnoaa inn
Since nature has taken so much pains
to furnish man with these Instruments
of digestion, mm must take further'
pains to keep them In perfect condition.
Tha best one ean do for his teeth Is
to use them. A muscle ; rows strong
by use. So does a tooth. Learn, there
for, to use your teeth. Dlte into your
food, to give the cutting teeth a chance.
Where Dire Poverty and
OU a srlrdlng mxss of poverty
(In "h!na) that r.mnnt ba
matched In the Occident there
remains but one general cause, namely,
the crowding of population upon the
means of subsistence," nays !r. Ilnss In
hli book, "Tli- Changing Ohlneivs." For
adillti overpopulation not only spells
privation nnd drudgery, but It means a
life averaging about flftcen yeara short
er than oura.
Here are a people with etandards, un
questionably civilized paccab)e. Indus
trlous, filial, polite, faithful to their con
tracts, heedful of the rights of othera.
Yet their lives are dreary and squalid,
for most of their margins havo been
swept Into the hortvr for the produc
tion of poputattou Two coarse W.io cot
Ion garments clotho them. In summer
the ohtldren go naked id the men atrip
to tha waist. Thatch, mud hut, no
chimney, smoke blackened walla, un
laata wlaiawa. ruo uajsaujttd tints,
a .Cure for
kid innocently. K
ONE SECRET OF LONG LIFE.
Practlcu thorough mastication to live
tho grinders work to do and so keep
Ihcm healthy and strong. Uso of the
tth v'Ui serve not only to strengthen
them but will also aid, according to
naturo'.i Intentions, ' In the proceaa of
digestion. Carbohydrate fooda In par
ticular (such tie sugary bread, vege
table and starches) nd special mas
tication. While they are T-elng ground up by
the teeth the salivary glands ot tha
mouth take their chance of discharging
their function of converting thy starches
Into slmplo sugars, a form more fit for
futuro digestion In tho organs below.
To keep tho teeth In a healthful con
dition the general hygiene of tha mouth
and nasal passages must ba looked
after. Thera must ba no obstruction In
tho nose, so as to prevent mouth
breathing. For mouth breathing leadi
to ill-formed and badly arranged teeth.
The guma and teeth ahould receive
dally cleansing. No particles of food
should be permitted to accumulata and
remain In the' mouth. Tha presence of
food particles between tha teeth tonus
tha basis for tha formation of aetda
nhlch In the course of tlma break down
I the enamel and tha bony structural of
j the teeth and finally lead to decay and
destruction. Foor or decayed teeth, or
ahnre ot them, brings weakened and
Impoverished digestion, with resulting
breakdown of general health and a
shortening of life.
To remain In good health and to add
to your life, take good care of your
teeth, nxerclse them by biting and
chewing; keep them wholesome aril
clean by the use of powder, brush and
Crowding Are Suprente
a grimy table, n dirt floor, for bed a mud
kang with a frazaled mat on It.
No woods, grass nor flowers; no wood
floors, carpets, curtains, wall paper,'
tablecloths nov ornamenra; no -books,
pictures, newspapers nor musical inttru.
ments; no sports nor amusements; few
festivals or social gatherings.
Utility reigns supreme; and all It
comes to la to feed a dirty, sordid,
opium-sodden people living in hovels,
wearing coarse, faded blue giarm,enta.
crippling thalr women by (oot btu'tog
and letting their boya and girls run
about filthy and naked! No music, art.
books, poetry, worship, rsflned associa
tion, allure ot children, chart ot
women or glory of young mamsd la
Life on a low plane, the pray or petty
cares and mean anxieties. Infinite dill.'
gence, great cleverness and Ingenuity,
abundunoe of foreilght and thrift, few
dsstructlva passions; still a lit thai la
omrr asa dtsrewUf ta lt uatej.